Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2018
Perfect size for my 18 month old! Yes, it’s tiny, but so is she. It’s truly a miniature backpack and just not a thin or small pack. Some backpack harness don’t have much depth to the backpack itself or are simply a pouch that might fit your wallet. This backpack harness could easily fit an extra diaper, small wipe pouch, small toy, small book, and maybe even a sippy cup. This has come in handy since my toddler has learned to walk (still uneasy), but hasn’t learned the dangers of wandering off (into moving cars, away from mom/dad in public places, etc). Yes, like some customers stated she did fall down the first few times she tried to run off when she was tethered to me-its the natural reaction of resistance that pulled her back and threw her off balance thus she fell on her bottom. But guess what? She quickly learned not to run away. I opted to buy a harness backpack since there was the added bonus of the backpack option and it wouldn’t look as harsh as plain harness straps. The strap that clips across the chest/abdomen is not only adjustable width wise, you can also slide it up and down the shoulder straps for a better fit of your baby. There are many backpack harness options out there, but it doesn’t seem that lateral strap adjustment option is available on some styles. We had gotten another backpack harness and the chest strap on that other one was sewn onto the shoulder straps; so while width adjustments were possible lateral adjustments were not. You don’t think about these things until you realize the straps (both shoulder and/or chest straps) sit weird on your baby and doesn’t seem safe or secure. So we’re glad this backpack harness has that lateral adjustment option.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great little backpack harness for wandering toddler
By THOR on October 25, 2018
Perfect size for my 18 month old! Yes, it’s tiny, but so is she. It’s truly a miniature backpack and just not a thin or small pack. Some backpack harness don’t have much depth to the backpack itself or are simply a pouch that might fit your wallet. This backpack harness could easily fit an extra diaper, small wipe pouch, small toy, small book, and maybe even a sippy cup. This has come in handy since my toddler has learned to walk (still uneasy), but hasn’t learned the dangers of wandering off (into moving cars, away from mom/dad in public places, etc). Yes, like some customers stated she did fall down the first few times she tried to run off when she was tethered to me-its the natural reaction of resistance that pulled her back and threw her off balance thus she fell on her bottom. But guess what? She quickly learned not to run away. I opted to buy a harness backpack since there was the added bonus of the backpack option and it wouldn’t look as harsh as plain harness straps. The strap that clips across the chest/abdomen is not only adjustable width wise, you can also slide it up and down the shoulder straps for a better fit of your baby. There are many backpack harness options out there, but it doesn’t seem that lateral strap adjustment option is available on some styles. We had gotten another backpack harness and the chest strap on that other one was sewn onto the shoulder straps; so while width adjustments were possible lateral adjustments were not. You don’t think about these things until you realize the straps (both shoulder and/or chest straps) sit weird on your baby and doesn’t seem safe or secure. So we’re glad this backpack harness has that lateral adjustment option.
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